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After four straight wins to start the 2015 season, the Mt. Lake Area volleyball team has hit a bit of a speed bump. After five straight wins to start the season, the Wolverines saw their record fall to 7-6 overall after dropping a fifth consecutive match Monday at Springfield. The Wolverines were able to tie the match at one set a piece, but the Tigers revved into high gear late in the match, controlling the final two sets to claim a 3-1 victory over the Wolverines. “We played tough in the first two sets, and came from behind to win the second,” MLA Coach Cheri Hanson said. “But our serving killed us in the third game, and we struggled against a strong block in the middle. When we got the ball to the outside, we did some nice things. “Now, we need to find a way to put on the exclamation point and finish matches.” Signey Stoesz and Carmen Syverson had five kills each to lead the Wolverines. Marta Stoesz added four kills. Syverson and Marta Stoesz each had two ace serves. Marta Stoesz had a team-high nine set assists. Emily Jahnke finished with 25 digs. MLA (7-6, 1-2 Red Rock) played at Southwest Christian last night (Tuesday). The Wolverines host Hills- Beaver Creek Thursday, then play Heron Lake-Okabena Tuesday in Okabena.
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